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Seventy-six per cent did not approve of ‘non-competitive’ events, with parents believing that ‘healthy competition helped children individually to strive to improve and challenge themselves’.

Fifty-three per cent said they were ‘comfortable’ with their child losing, believing that it wasn’t ‘a bad thing’ because it helps build resilience and confidence.

Four in ten (43 per cent) said losing was an important life skill.

In contrast, 14 per cent were in favour of a non-competitive sports day, insisting it should be an ‘inclusive event where everyone wins for taking part’.

Na základě výsledků průzkumu Happy Company Survey mohou manažeři začít používat konkrétní prostředky na zvyšování pracovního nadšení, a tím i motivace, loajality a výkonnosti zaměstnanců. In June 2014, Ofsted’s former chief inspector of schools, Sir Michael Wilshaw, warned that state sector headteachers should stop treating competitive sport as an ‘optional extra’.He argued in a report, commissioned after the 2012 Olympics, that too many top athletes were from private schools.Faye Mingo, director of marketing at Families Online, which connects parents with activities across the UK, said: ‘Sports day is always a contentious one; as parents we are proud of our children and we want to encourage them and cheer them on at the finish line.‘But perhaps in our bid to protect and shield them from the disappointment of losing we have in fact removed the traditional competitive spirit of sports days?‘People take part in the Olympics and there are winners and there are losers, this is normal stuff and our children are strong enough to cope with that.‘There is of course nothing wrong with developing team spirit via group activities, but the results from this survey show that as parents we believe we should be helping our children to deal with disappointment and to understand that losing is completely ok.’It emerged in June that some schools are now holding two events – one competitive and one non-competitive – to keep all parents and pupils happy.

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